Tag Archive | Women

Girl’s Night Out – Wed – Nov. 1st. @ 6:30pm

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Girl’s Night Out

Wednesday, November 1st. @ 6:30pm

Join us at Zona’s Restaurant – 4883 Merrick Road, Massapequa Park

Bring a Friend!  The signup sheet is on the table in the Massapequa narthex.

Fall Clothing Drive the Month of October at FPC

Fall Clothing Drive

The First Presbyterian Church of Levittown is hosting a Fall Clothing Drive for the entire

Month of October for the United Veterans Beacon House.

Items Needed:

Clothing – Men, Women, Children & Infants       

Shoes & Boots

Towels, Sheets, Blankets  & Curtains

Your Donations are Desperately Needed!!

Pastor’s Post for May 2014


Pastor Terri

“It is because one antelope will blow the dust from the other’s eye that the two antelopes walk together”- African Proverb

This is one of my favorite African proverbs. It is describing the role of community in the life of believers. When we come together as a church community we in essence blow the dust from each other’s eyes by learning to live and love together. We are in this process of becoming the beloved community together.  It is in our questioning, listening and loving that we are challenged and we are ultimately transformed.

I am literally writing this letter with one eye open and one eye shut. As a result of trying to remove a contact lens too quickly, I irritated my eye. It feels like dust is in my eye. I am wearing a patch while the eye heals. The preacher in me is always listening for sermons so when I thought about my eye situation the African proverb quoted above came to mind. If you listen closely you can hear God speaking in even the mundane things of life.   In my recent practice of gratitude, I have become very thankful to be a part of this community here at the First Presbyterian Church of Levittown and how you have helped me to blow dust from my eyes.   As Mother’s Day approaches I also give thanks for the gift of my mother.  I can remember as a child having my mother blow something from my eyes. I am sure many of you can relate to the relief you felt when your mother did that same thing for you.  A mother’s love blows dust from our eyes and refreshes our hearts.  So how do adults blow dust from each other’s eyes?  Surprisingly it comes from using our ears and not our eyes. Continue reading

Mother’s Day Worship Service and fellowship Hour, Sunday, May 11th. at 10:00 a.m.

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Please join us for worship service on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 11th. at 10:00 a.m.  Ladies please dress up with your favorite bonnet or hat.  After worship service, please stay for coffee hour and enjoy Cakes baked by the men of the Church, in honor of Mother’s day.

 

 

Eat, Pray, Love – Thursday, May 22nd. at 7:00 p.m.

Eat, Pray, Love

 

Eat, Pray, Love, Stories of Faith and Life

Thursday, May 22nd. at 7:00pm

Please join our guest speaker, Maria Studer, who will discuss

her African Safari journey.  We will meet in the Balcony

Room for food and fellowship. The group will meet once a

month on Thursday’s and will feature a guest speaker.  A

A love offering will be collected for various mission projects and

to cover the cost of dinner.

Suggested donation $10.00

 Sign up in the Narthex.